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Mary Cary AMBLER

May 1787 - 25 Sep 1843

ID Number: I84911

  • BIRTH: May 1787
  • DEATH: 25 Sep 1843
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144]
Father: John AMBLER Esq.
Mother: Frances ARMISTEAD


Family 1 : John Hill SMITH
  1.  Edwin Harvie SMITH
  2.  Mary Eliza SMITH

Notes


II. Mary Cary Ambler((5)), b. May, 1787; d. Sept. 25, 1843. Married John H. Smith.

                                                  _Richard AMBLER "the Immigrant"_+
                                                 | (1690 - 1766) m 1729           
                       _Edward AMBLER ___________|
                      | (1730 - 1768) m 1754     |
                      |                          |_Elizabeth JAQUELIN ____________+
                      |                            (1709 - 1756) m 1729           
 _John AMBLER Esq.____|
| (1762 - 1836) m 1782|
|                     |                           _Wilson CARY Esq. of Celeys_____+
|                     |                          | (1702 - 1772) m 1729           
|                     |_Mary CARY _______________|
|                       (1732 - 1781) m 1754     |
|                                                |_Sarah PATE? ___________________
|                                                  (1710 - 1783) m 1729           
|
|--Mary Cary AMBLER 
|  (1787 - 1843)
|                                                 _John ARMISTEAD ________________+
|                                                | (1700 - ....)                  
|                      _Gill ARMISTEAD __________|
|                     | (1730 - ....) m 1751     |
|                     |                          |________________________________
|                     |                                                           
|_Frances ARMISTEAD __|
  (.... - 1789) m 1782|
                      |                           ________________________________
                      |                          |                                
                      |_Elizabeth "Betty" ALLEN _|
                        (1730 - ....) m 1751     |
                                                 |________________________________
                                                                                  

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Robert BATTE

6 Jul 1581 - ____

ID Number: I99885

  • OCCUPATION: Vice Master of Univ. College Oxford
  • RESIDENCE: England
  • BIRTH: 6 Jul 1581, Okewell, West Riding, Yorkshire, England [496218]
  • DEATH: England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2351] [S2969]

Family 1 : Mary Elizabeth PARRY
  1. +John BATTE "the Immigrant"
  2.  William BATTE "the Immigrant"
  3. +Mary BATTE
  4.  Henry BATTE "the Immigrant"

Notes


Children:
Catherine Batte m Phillip Mallory Rector of Norton (Husband) b. 1617
John (of Okewell Hall England) Batte Capt b. 1606 in , England
Henry Batte b. About 1635 in Okewell Hall, Yorkshire, England
William Batte
Mary Batte b. About 1619 in , Oxford, England
or
Elizabeth Mary PARRY (Wife) b. About 1588 in Golden Valley, Hertfordshire, England
Marriage: ABT 1581 in Yorkshire, England (not likely she m. at 7 years of age and had children at 5 years of age.)
Children:
Henry BATTE (4) b. 1586 in Okewell Hall, Birstall, Yorkshire, England
William BATTE (3) b. 1588 in Okewell Hall, Birstall, Yorkshire, England
Robert BATTE (3) b. About 1590 in Of Middleham
Elizabeth BATTE (2) b. About 1594
Mary BATTE (4) b. About 1596
Catherine BATTE b. About 1598
Rebecca BATTE b. 1600
John BATTE b. 1606 in Okewell, Yorkshire, England


m2: Alice LOCKEY (Wife) Marriage: 5 OCT 1597


[496218]
or 6 Jul 1560

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[S2351]

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Sarah BOWATER

17 Aug 1688 - 26 Dec 1777

ID Number: I49536

  • RESIDENCE: Chester and York Co. PA and Opeckan, Frederick Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 17 Aug 1688, Chester Co.Pennsylvania
  • DEATH: 26 Dec 1777, Wellsville, York Co. Pennsylvania
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 9LNF-1K
Father: Thomas BOWATER "the Immigrant"
Mother: Sarah EDGE


Family 1 : John BEALS Jr.
  1. +Sarah BEALS
  2.  Thomas BEALS
  3.  Phebe BEALS
  4.  Mary Ann BEALS
  5.  Bowater BEALS
  6.  Hannah BEALS
  7. +Prudence BEALS
Family 2 : Alexander UNDERWOOD

Notes


Widow Beals.

                                                              __
                                                             |  
                                  ___________________________|
                                 |                           |
                                 |                           |__
                                 |                              
 _Thomas BOWATER "the Immigrant"_|
| (1655 - 1720) m 1685           |
|                                |                            __
|                                |                           |  
|                                |___________________________|
|                                                            |
|                                                            |__
|                                                               
|
|--Sarah BOWATER 
|  (1688 - 1777)
|                                                             __
|                                                            |  
|                                 _John EDGE "the Immigrant"_|
|                                | (1646 - 1711)             |
|                                |                           |__
|                                |                              
|_Sarah EDGE ____________________|
  (1657 - 1715) m 1685           |
                                 |                            __
                                 |                           |  
                                 |___________________________|
                                                             |
                                                             |__
                                                                

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Mary BUCKNER

1845 - ____

ID Number: I66056

Original Submitter (General Source): [S2490]
  • RESIDENCE: Rankin Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 1845
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2490]
Father: William III BUCKNER
Mother: Martha LUCY



                                              _William BUCKNER ________________+
                                             | (1744 - 1792) m 1769            
                        _William BUCKNER ____|
                       | (1767 - 1811) m 1790|
                       |                     |_Sarah Pendleton "Sally" THOMAS _+
                       |                       (1746 - 1794) m 1769            
 _William III BUCKNER _|
| (1810 - ....) m 1843 |
|                      |                      _Perryman MERRY _________________+
|                      |                     | (1742 - 1817) m 1769            
|                      |_Mary "Polly" MERRY _|
|                        (1770 - 1843) m 1790|
|                                            |_Catherine SUGGETT ______________+
|                                              (1745 - ....) m 1769            
|
|--Mary BUCKNER 
|  (1845 - ....)
|                                             _________________________________
|                                            |                                 
|                       _____________________|
|                      |                     |
|                      |                     |_________________________________
|                      |                                                       
|_Martha LUCY _________|
  (1820 - ....) m 1843 |
                       |                      _________________________________
                       |                     |                                 
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |_________________________________
                                                                               

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William Samuel MCCLOY

6 Jan 1853 - 5 Sep 1926

ID Number: I18077

  • RESIDENCE: SC and Monticello, AR
  • BIRTH: 6 Jan 1853, South Carolina
  • DEATH: 5 Sep 1926, Monticello, Arkansas
  • RESOURCES: See: [S500] [S3791]

Family 1 : Frances Ida MANEES

Notes


Child: Julia Edna McCloy Birth: 1880

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[S500]

[S3791]


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Hon. Stephen Decatur MILLER Gov. of South Carolina

8 May 1787 - 8 Mar 1838

ID Number: I97515

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • RESIDENCE: of Columbia, SC and Raymond, Hinds Co. MS
  • OCCUPATION: Mbr of Congress; US Senator and Gov. of SC; Planter
  • RELIGION: Presbyterian
  • BIRTH: 8 May 1787, Waxhaw Settlement, Lancaster Co. South Carolina
  • DEATH: 8 Mar 1838, Raymond, Mississippi
  • BURIAL: old Raymond Cem. Raymond, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: notes

Family 1 : Mary BOYKIN
  1.  Mary Boykin MILLER

Notes


Major Events and Accomplishments - 1828-1830
Governor Miller supported the state's right to nullify the Tariff of 1828.
Other Government Positions
US House of Representatives - 1817-1819
South Carolina Senate - 1822-1828
US Senate - 1831-1833


The old Raymond Cemetery also has the grave of Stephen Decatur Miller (1787-1838), former Member of Congress (1817-1819), U. S. Senator (1822-1828, 1831-1833), and Governor of South Carolina (1828-1830).


In March 1833, he resigned due to ill health and later engaged in cotton planting in Mississippi in 1835. He died in Raymond, March 8, 1838. Stephen D. Miller was the father of the celebrated author and diarist, Mary Boykin Miller Chesnut.


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Battle of Raymond, MS - Cemetery The Confederate Dead
compiled by Rebecca Blackwell Drake


Abernathy, Samuel H., Co A, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Alexander, Sgt. Robert H., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Allen, Pvt. Benjamin L., Co E, 12th Louisiana Infantry
Allen, Sgt. B. S., Co A, 50th Tennessee Infantry
Alley, William B., Co I, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Bagley, William H., Co A, 41st Tennessee Infantry
Barrett, Patrick, Co K, 10th Tennessee Infantry
Bearden, W.V.S., Co G, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Benerman, John W., Co D, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Bond, Sgt. Thomas J., Co F, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Boney, Henry W., Co K, 7th Texas Infantry
Boone, Capt. Abner S., Co F, 41st Tennessee Infantry
Branerly, Thomas, Co B, 10th Tennessee Infantry
Brown, R. C. S., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Bryam, Corp. J., Co K, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Callaway, Sgt. Joshua S., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Cannon, W. S., Co B, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Cardin, Sgt. William D., Co A, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Chaffin, Corp. E. C., Co H, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Clark, David, Co F, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Claunch, T. J., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Claxton, W. L., Co H, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Compton, J. L., Co B, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Conner, Pvt. Thaddeus, Co A, 43rd Tennessee Infantry
Cooper, Capt. Robert T., Co C, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Cotton, Corp. John A., Co B, 22nd Mississippi Infantry
Cowden, Sgt. J. T., Co B, 2nd Mississippi Cavalry
Cox, Sgt. Albert J., Co F, 50th Tennessee Infantry
Craft. Jessee, Co E, 7th Texas Infantry
Crigler, E. V., Co B, 7th Texas Infantry
Daughtery, Josiah H., Co F, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Davidson, A., Co C, 7th Texas Infantry
Dotson, J. B., Co K, 7th Texas Infantry
Eagan, Richard, Co A, 10th Tennessee Infantry
East, William, Co K, 7th Texas Infantry
Fairchild Sgt. Joseph B. , Co K, 3rd Mississippi Infantry
Featherston, Charles H. F., Co F, 7th Texas Infantry
Fulgam, E. J., Co E, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Franklin, William L., Co A, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Freeman, I. N., Co A, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Freeman, John L., Co K, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Galloway, J. L., Co A, 7th Texas Infantry
Gates, Matthew, Co E, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Gentry, H. D., Co C, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Gollahar, John P., Co B, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Gray, Sgt. L., Co C, 7th Texas Infantry
Grissom, John, Co K, 7th Texas Infantry
Hackney, William F., Co B, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Hagan, J. E., Co E, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Harrison, G. R., Co I, 7th Texas Infantry
Haygood, George W., Co G, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Hearn, James E., Co E, 7th Texas Infantry
Hobbs, C. C., Co K, 7th Texas Infantry
Hobbs, Elijah, Co G, 7th Texas Infantry
Holt, D. J., Co A, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Hudson, James S., Co K, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Hyde, Sgt. James, Co F, 10th Tennessee Infantry
Jackson, Thomas L., Co G, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
James, Benjamin, Co H, 7th Texas Infantry
Johnson, Cpl. J. M., Co B, 7th Texas Infantry
Johnson, Sgt. S. M., Co E, 7th Texas Infantry
Kennedy, D., Co H, 7th Texas Infantry
Kidd, 2nd Lt. John C., Co A, 7th Texas Infantry
Lane, Joseph E., Co H, 50th Tennessee Infantry
Latham, Starlin, Co I, 7th Texas Infantry
Lawrence, Richard, Co C, 7th Texas Infantry
Levins, Michael, Co D, 10th Tennessee Infantry
Little, C. Frank, Co K, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Lockett, William, Co H, 7th Texas Infantry
Malcy, J.C. , Co I, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Martin, Darby, Co C, 10th Tennessee Infantry
Martin, Felix G., Co B, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Mash, William R., Co E, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Maxey, J. C., Co I, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
May, Thomas B., Co K, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
McAlester, N.A., Co K, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
McClaude, Sgt. John S., Co G, 30th Tennessee Infantry
McElwane, Pvt. Richard C, Co F, 54th Alabama Infantry
Milliard, F. M., Co F, 50th Tennessee Infantry
Morgan, Loveless D., Co C, 7th Texas Infantry
Neal, Robert E., Co G, 7th Texas Infantry
Nelson, Bethel H., Co D, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Orr, Sgt. James B., Co H, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Owens, Stephen, Co B, 7th Texas Infantry
Parker, William R., Co K, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Peavyhouse, Francis M., Co C, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Peavyhouse, Jasper N., Co C, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Penn, William, Co E, 1st Tennessee Infantry
Pitts, Corp. William H., Co K, 30th Tennessee Infantry
Reid, Corp. Alexander, Co K, 37th Mississippi Infantry
Reynolds, W. D., Co I, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Rheney, Pvt. William C., Co C, 57th Georgia Infantry
Rittenburg, 2nd Lt. D. M., Co I, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Roberts, Thomas, Co H, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Rodgers, J. T., Co H, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Ruyle, William A., Co A, 7th Texas Infantry
Scoggin, Benjamin T., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Sharp, J. G., Co C, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Simpson, Thomas P., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Smith, Maj. William H., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Spivey, Benjamin, Co A, 1st Tennessee Infantry
Stanbury, Corp. Robert N. S., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Swords, J. K., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Taylor, Lt. William J., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Taylor, Corp. J. R., Co E, 3rd Tennessee
Walker, Henry R., Co H, 7th Texas Infantry
Walker, Sgt. N.G., Co E, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Walton, J. W., Co F, 50th Tennessee Infantry
White, Pvt. Enoch, Co E, 40th Georgia Infantry
White, 1st Lt. A. H., Co I, 7th Texas Infantry
Williams, Corp. Horace, Co F, 3rd Tennessee Infantry
Wilson, Edward O. Jr., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Wilson, J. W., Co B, 7th Texas Infantry
Woodson, Sgt. William, Jr., Co D, 7th Texas Infantry
Yokeley, S. L., Co I, 3rd Tennessee Infantry


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Tourists like to visit Raymond because they associate it with Civil War history .In fact, many colorful stories have been told about General Grant and his Yankee troops as they marched thru Raymond during the final stages of the War. It is a well known fact that Grant made Waverly, one of the oldest homes in Raymond, his headquarters after the Battle of Raymond. It is said that General Grant spared the town of Port Gibson from being burned because "it was too beautiful to burn". From a more realistic viewpoint perhaps Grant spared Port Gibson, as well as Raymond, because there were so many wounded Yankee soldiers in the area. After the Battle of Raymond there was a total of 331 wounded Union soldiers hospitalized in the new Raymond Courthouse, the Episcopal Church, the Oak Tree Hotel and private homes of Raymond.


The National Archives of History has listed the Raymond Courthouse to be one of the ten most perfect constructed buildings in the United States. completed 1859 by
two Scotch-Irish immigrant brothers, George and Tom Weldon. Actually, some historical records show that another brother, William, was also a part of the construction.


The Battle of Raymond
eneral Ulysses S. Grant's orders to General McPherson as mailed from the Cayuga Post Office May 11 th, 1863 at 1:00 in the afternoon read: "Move your command tonight to the next cross roads, if there is water, and tomorrow, with all activity to Raymond. We must fight the enemy before our rations fail, and we are equally bound to make our rations last as long as possible. Sherman is now moving out on the Auburn and Raymond road, and will reach Fourteen Mile creek tonight. When you arrive in Raymond, he will be in close supporting distance. I will either see you myself tomorrow at Raymond or send you further instructions to that place." (Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History, from the record of the WAR OF REBELLION.)


The War between the States had been raging thru the south since 1861 but citizens of Raymond never dreamed that it would soon lead to the most dramatic moment in the history of their town. The Battle of Raymond, May 12, 1863, was recorded by a town citizen as being the "saddest day Raymond ever witnessed." Had Raymond not been directly in the path of Grant's march toward the north - to get between the defenders of Vicksburg and the Confederates of Jackson - the battle would have never taken place.




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Frederick William PENDLETON

5 Jan 1878 - ____

ID Number: I58819

  • RESIDENCE: of Smyth Co. & Bluefield, VA
  • BIRTH: 5 Jan 1878
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2036]
Father: William Cecil PENDLETON
Mother: Julia Francke BITTLE


Notes


m. MARY KELLY, December 20, 1907.

                                                         _William PENDLETON __+
                                                        | (1779 - 1824) m 1799
                            _James French PENDLETON Sr._|
                           | (1805 - 1878) m 1829       |
                           |                            |_Nancy STROTHER _____+
                           |                              (1784 - 1819) m 1799
 _William Cecil PENDLETON _|
| (1847 - 1941) m 1875     |
|                          |                             _Samuel CECIL _______
|                          |                            | (1780 - ....)       
|                          |_Narcissa Poston CECIL _____|
|                            (1815 - 1887) m 1829       |
|                                                       |_Sally POSTON _______
|                                                         (1780 - ....)       
|
|--Frederick William PENDLETON 
|  (1878 - ....)
|                                                        _____________________
|                                                       |                     
|                           ____________________________|
|                          |                            |
|                          |                            |_____________________
|                          |                                                  
|_Julia Francke BITTLE ____|
  (1849 - 1916) m 1875     |
                           |                             _____________________
                           |                            |                     
                           |____________________________|
                                                        |
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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Alexander ROBINSON Jr.

17 Jul 1795 - 31 Jul 1795

ID Number: I101247

  • BIRTH: 17 Jul 1795, Baltimore, Maryland
  • DEATH: 31 Jul 1795, Maryland
Father: Alexander ROBINSON "the Immigrant"
Mother: Angelica Kauffmann PEALE


Notes


Alexander Robinson b. 17 Jul 1795 in baltimore, md d. 1795

                                         __
                                        |  
                                      __|
                                     |  |
                                     |  |__
                                     |     
 _Alexander ROBINSON "the Immigrant"_|
| (1751 - 1845) m 1794               |
|                                    |   __
|                                    |  |  
|                                    |__|
|                                       |
|                                       |__
|                                          
|
|--Alexander ROBINSON Jr.
|  (1795 - 1795)
|                                        __
|                                       |  
|                                     __|
|                                    |  |
|                                    |  |__
|                                    |     
|_Angelica Kauffmann PEALE __________|
  (1775 - 1853) m 1794               |
                                     |   __
                                     |  |  
                                     |__|
                                        |
                                        |__
                                           

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Martha E. A. RUCKER

11 Jan 1828 - 8 Jan 1888

ID Number: I30677

  • RESIDENCE: Franklin Co. GA and Greene Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 11 Jan 1828, Franklin Co. GA
  • DEATH: 8 Jan 1888, Greene Co. MO
  • BURIAL: Wade Chapel Cemetery, Greene Co MO
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1192]
Father: Tavner RUCKER
Mother: Elizabeth WADE


Family 1 : Joel M. SKELTON
  1.  Mary E. SKELTON
  2.  Serepta Ellen SKELTON
  3.  Sarah A.C. SKELTON
  4.  George V. SKELTON
  5.  Annie M.J. SKELTON
  6.  William J.W.R. SKELTON
  7.  Martha H.A. SKELTON
  8.  James M.T. SKELTON

                                              _William RUCKER Sr._____+
                                             | (.... - 1794) m 1721   
                       _William RUCKER Jr.___|
                      | (1744 - 1834)        |
                      |                      |_Hanna HONOR ___________
                      |                        (1705 - ....) m 1721   
 _Tavner RUCKER ______|
| (1787 - 1855) m 1820|
|                     |                       _James ALEXANDER _______
|                     |                      | (1720 - ....)          
|                     |_Elizabeth ALEXANDER _|
|                       (1750 - 1830)        |
|                                            |________________________
|                                                                     
|
|--Martha E. A. RUCKER 
|  (1828 - 1888)
|                                             _Jeremiah WADE _________
|                                            | (1710 - 1771) m 1755   
|                      _Joshua WADE _________|
|                     | (1762 - 1800) m 1786 |
|                     |                      |_Charity BALLENGER _____+
|                     |                        (1722 - 1771) m 1755   
|_Elizabeth WADE _____|
  (1793 - ....) m 1820|
                      |                       _William BOATWRIGHT Sr._+
                      |                      | (1744 - ....)          
                      |_Anna BOATWRIGHT _____|
                        (1764 - 1849) m 1786 |
                                             |_Mary___________________
                                               (1750 - ....)          

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Thomas Stratton WALTERHOUSE

1840 - ____

ID Number: I53452

  • RESIDENCE: Rush & Muncie, Delaware Co. IN
  • BIRTH: 1840, of Rush Co. Indiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1935] [S1936]

Family 1 : Sarah Middleton KEMPER
  1. +Harrison Kemper WALTERHOUSE
Family 2 : Zerelda B. KEMPER
  1.  Zerelda WALTERHOUSE

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